The governing board of the South Florida Water Management District plans to revisit a land deal that expires in October to buy 46,000 acres of U.S. Sugar land. The district originally negotiated to buy the land to store water to quench the southern Everglades. District staff now says the land is a poor choice and wants to look for better options.
The governing board of the South Florida Water Management District plans to revisit a land deal that expires in October to buy 46,000 acres of U.S. Sugar land. The district originally negotiated to buy the land to store water to quench the southern Everglades. District staff now says the land is a poor choice and wants to look for better options. Jon Kral Miami Herald Staff
The governing board of the South Florida Water Management District plans to revisit a land deal that expires in October to buy 46,000 acres of U.S. Sugar land. The district originally negotiated to buy the land to store water to quench the southern Everglades. District staff now says the land is a poor choice and wants to look for better options. Jon Kral Miami Herald Staff

U.S. Sugar land deal gets a second but unlikely shot

May 07, 2015 07:37 PM

UPDATED May 07, 2015 08:05 PM

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